William Pfeiffer is to quit Celestial Pictures, the film library and distribution business he has headed for the past seven years.
Today the HK film scene is cleaner and more straightforward than it was 15 or 20 years ago -- and considerably smaller, too.
China Film Group, the production-distribution combine that bestrides the Chinese movie industry in a fashion unlike that of any other company in any other major movie economy, is ramping itself up…
Factual TV producer Natural History New Zealand is buying a stake in Singapore's Beach House Pictures. Neither the size of the stake nor the value of the transaction was disclosed.
Dish Network Corp. has added two Indian and three Chinese channels from News Corp.'s Star TV offshoot to its satellite service.
U.S. TV execs will be able to tune into the Indian entertainment scene at an April 16 session during the National Assn. of Broadcasters confab, which runs April 11-17 in Las Vegas.
Singapore distrib Scorpio East has signed up for a package of six films from Hong Kong's Emperor Motion Pictures.
Arguably the maker of the world's most colorful movies, Bollywood will finally be seen in high-definition video.
Indian financial services group Religare Enterprises and Vistaar Entertainment Venture have launched what they claim will be the country's first regulated film fund.
Global box office takings for UTV's "Jodhaa Akbar" have passed the symbolic 1 billion rupees mark ($25 million), proving that controversy sells tickets. The period romancer has clocked up $18.3…